Synopsis: The story of humankind's last stand against a cataclysmic alien invasion. In the war-ravaged African countryside, a U.S. soldier and a French foreign aid worker team up to survive the alien onslaught. Their bond will be tested as they search for refuge across a crumbling world.
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, War
Director(s): Joe Miale
Production: Voltage Pictures
  1 nomination.
87 min

Let's keep moving! Let's go, come on!

Let's go!

Go, go, go! Come on!

Come on. On my six. Lets go!

Move it, go!

Come on. come on, Come on!

This way, this way!

-The live is to fight.

The fight is to live.

And when all is lost, I will be found.


-Shh! Quiet!

-Who's there?

- Quiet.

-Who's there?

Are you locked up, too?

-Yes, you need to be quiet.

- What are we doing here?

- Shut up. You'll get us killed.

-Please, tell me where we are.

-The Police Station, you idiot!

- Yes I know, where?

- In Narok.

-Where is it?

-200 km from Nairobi.

Are you lost?

-Nairobi...Where is...where is Nairobi?

-Is that a real question?


-The capital of Kenya.

East Africa.

-What am I doing here?

-You sound American.

-Yeah, I'm American.

-You're not sure?



-What's your name?

-I don't know.

The men who locked you up

probably beat you unconscious.

-Who are you?

-I'm a Doctor.

I was working at the foreign

aid hospital for 2.5 years.

The hospital is gone now.

-So, who's out here fighting?

What the hell is happening?

-They're getting closer.


What the hell was that?

-You really don't know?

What's the last thing you remember?

-Pain. Lots of pain.

I just... woke up here.

I don't know

-You don't remember the invasion?

-Who's invading?

-Not who...


-Why are they doing this?

Why here? Why in Kenya?

-Not just here.


-What do I gotta do?

I'm not gonna die in here.

-You die in here or out there.



- Don't do that!

Men are worse than machines.

- In here

-Machines kill quickly.

- Inside!

- They'll kill you.

And they'll do worse with me.

-Why don't they hear me?


-Who you work for?

Why are here locked up?

-I don't speak Gikuyu.

-I don't speak Gikuyu.

-He wants to know who you work for

and why you are locked up.


-Keep him alive.

She is mine.

-No, she's mine.

- What are you saying?

- I'm negotiating.

-Maybe I can take him

and get him a present.

-Don't you move!

- You came back for me?

- Yeah. Of course.

Are you okay?

-My name is Nadia.



-Look , I still don't know ...

I'll call you Bo.


We'll find my base, get you safe.

-Nowhere is safe.

-I saw a bomber plane out there.

I saw trucks, I saw men fighting.

-And so many dying.

- What did they do to him?

- They're getting foreigners.

Nowhere is safe.

There's a US Army base north of here.

But you'll never make it there.

The machines are hunting everyone down.

-So we'll avoid populated areas.

Stick to the open road.

Behind that red car.

That looks OK.

- Could be a drop.

- Could be.

- Cars make noise and might attract them.

- Yeah, it might.

You said there is a US Base to the north.

How far?

-I don't know. Hundreds

of miles or more.

-Well,we better start driving.

-I'm nothing going with you.

-You got somewhere else you got to be?


-Doesn't mean that I want

to hide out on the road.

All you'll find on that base

is the lot of dead bodies.

-Yeah, maybe.

We could also find them in a bunker

coordinating with the Pentagon.

You don't get it.

8 days ago every satellite

fell out of the sky.

Every one.

There is no more Pentagon.

There's nothing we can do.

Well, I'm not ready to quit.

If you had people on that base, you'd

do anything you could to get to them.

I believe I do.

... and I want you to

help me find them.

You're acting like you're on a mission.

You're not. Just scared.

Yeah, I'm scared.

I don't know what I'm doing here,

but I know I gotta join this fight.

You can do what you want.

We're in luck.

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